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can not convert pygame file to exe

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nickme    253

hi

 

i am trying to convert a python (flippy.py) file with pygame into exe.  i got the following flippy.exe.log error messages:

 

C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import display: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import draw: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import image: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import pixelcopy: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import transform: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "flippy.py", line 518, in <module>
  File "flippy.py", line 49, in main
  File "pygame\__init__.pyc", line 70, in __getattr__
NotImplementedError: display module not available
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import display: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import draw: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import image: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import pixelcopy: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
C:\Python27\src\data\Othello\dist\flippy.exe:10: RuntimeWarning: import transform: No module named _view
(ImportError: No module named _view)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "flippy.py", line 518, in <module>
  File "flippy.py", line 49, in main
  File "pygame\__init__.pyc", line 70, in __getattr__
NotImplementedError: display module not available
(ImportError: No module named _view)
 
and the setup file is:
 
"""
    pygamesetup.py
    
    to be run in cmd window.
        pygamesetup.py py2exe
    
"""
 
from distutils.core import setup
 
import py2exe
 
setup(
      windows = [{"script": "flippy.py"}],
      data_files = [(".", ["flippybackground.png", "flippyboard.png"])]
      )
 
i looked every where i can find in the web, but i got the similar errors. 
any help will be appreciated.
 

i like to add that the flippy.py run fine when i double click it.

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nickme    253

hi shadowisadog.

 

thanks for you suggestion.

 

i tried that suggestions.  i also import pygame._view to the walker.py file and pygame2exe.py, but i having trouble including image files.

 

in the following file (walker.py), i load a few png and gif files.  after i converted it and double clicked the walker.exe, the result is a walker.exe.log file which i include below follow by walker.py:

 

 

bground = pygame.image.load(r'gameimages\background.png')
front_standing = pygame.image.load(r'gameimages\crono_front.gif')
back_standing = pygame.image.load(r'gameimages\crono_back.gif')
left_standing = pygame.image.load(r'gameimages\crono_left.gif')
 
the walker.exe.log have this to say, but i do have gameimages dir containing the files above:
 
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "walker.py", line 38, in <module>
pygame.error: Couldn't open gameimages\background.png
 

to be sure, i double clicked the walker.py in window explore, it ran perfectly.

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nickme    253

hi

 

i was able to build a python file to exe with py2exe only if it contains no png or tff file.  

 

is it possible to do a build with png and tff files?

 

thanks

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